20 000 litres of slime expected at NickFest

Parents have been warned to bring an extra pair of clothing to the Johannesburg Ticket Pro Dome on Saturday as The NickFest is set to be a slimy affair.

The two day event will see the likes of rapper Nasty C, Karlien Van Jaarsveld and Shekinah perform on stage.

They will be joined by characters Dora & Friends, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Chase and Marshall from Paw Patrol.

Comedian Nicholas Goliath will be hosting alongside TV personality Minnie Dlamini.

Goliath says there will be a many more activities with 20 000 liters of slime.

Majority of kids are definitely coming for the slime.

Nicholas Goliath, Comedian

They have got play stations, chill areas for the kids, all the Nickelodeon cartoon characters, its going to be ridiculous. Its a kids wonderland.

Nicholas Goliath, Comedian

Goliath says the family event will run until Sunday and tickets are still available.

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